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Comment: Re: Quapps! - R_Colin_Johnson - 7/30/2013
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Quantum Machine Learning for Big-Data
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7/26/2013   6 comments
Self-proclaimed quantum mechanic and author of "Programming the Universe," Seth Lloyd, describes a quantum machine learning algorithm for quantum big data that surpasses all know techniques today while simultaneously insuring the absolute privacy of the user and its results.
Comment: Re: Secrets - R_Colin_Johnson - 7/25/2013
Quantum Entanglement Made Visible
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7/24/2013   12 comments
The co-founder of the first successful quantum technology company claimed this week to have demonstrated macroscopic quantum entanglement, a breakthrough that could be help to develop quantum communications networks.
Russian Quantum Center Advances
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7/23/2013   6 comments
Russian scientists have started producing technology advances at the fledgling Russian Quantum Center.
Russia Pioneering Quantum Technologies
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7/22/2013   9 comments
The Russian Quantum Center is a high profile government funded initiative aimed at catapulting the Federation to the forefront of quantum technology development.
MEMS Sensors Secure Structures
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7/19/2013   21 comments
Infrastructure monitoring firm Resensys claims to be preventing bridges from collapsing with advanced warning using wireless networks of micro-electro-mechanical system sensors and smart monitoring software.
Graphene Said to Pose Health Hazard
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7/18/2013   25 comments
Toxicity studies conducted at Brown University find that graphene--a possible successor to silicon in future IC manufacturing--disrupts functions of living cells.
SRC, Intel Shrink Environmental Footprint of Chip Building
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7/16/2013   6 comments
Intel and Semiconductor Research Corp. have developed a semiconductor gas distribution system purging algorithm that cuts ultra-high purity gas usage 20-percent and the time required to purge by 30 percent, thus cutting costs while improving throughput.
MEMS Nixes Temperature Compensation
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7/11/2013   9 comments
SiTime aims for five parts per billion frequency stability for future micro-electro-mechanical system resonators using its TempFlat technology.
Comment: Re: My robot - R_Colin_Johnson - 7/10/2013
Graphene MEMS Outperforms Silicon
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7/10/2013   16 comments
Graphene micro-electro-mechanical system chip senses strain with from 20 to 100 times the sensitivity of conventional strain gauges, according to researchers.
Comment: Re: My robot - R_Colin_Johnson - 7/9/2013
MIT Aims for Thinner Solar Cells
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7/9/2013   13 comments
Researchers plumb the spectrum of materials in search of the thinnest possible solar cell.
Rival Robot Styles Compete
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7/3/2013   14 comments
A look at the different types of robots squaring off in the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
Slideshow: Darpa's Virtual Robotics Challenge Gets Underway
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7/2/2013   11 comments
Nine of the 26 teams that competed in Phase One of the Virtual Robotics Challenge are moving on to the next round.


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